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Reference portlet factory model

Prasanna Raghavendar

Joined: Sep 15, 2011
Posts: 19

I am using Rational Application Developer to develop a portlet factory application. I am trying to develop a quiz application 1)where the admin has to enter questions, corresponding answers and choices through my app to a database. 2) Then the end user must be able to participate in the quiz through a portal(retrieving the questions provided by the admin from the database). If anyone could send me a model or any link to refer and work with this, that will be very much helpful.

PS: I am a beginner to portlet factory and RAD.

Bear Bibeault
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